The Ford Explorer Doesn't Pack it In When it Comes to Cargo Capacity

From loading up the whole crew to hauling a payload of travel swag, the biggest jobs need the roomiest of interiors. That's what Ford had in mind when it designed the 2017 Explorer with a whopping capacity of approximately 80 cu. ft. Explorer's available third-row seats fold easily, too, revealing de facto expanded trunk space when middle seating is at a premium. And where there's big cargo, there's the need for fuel economy, and on this, Explorer likewise delivers, with an average fuel economy of 17 miles per gallon city and 24 miles per gallon highway.

And sometimes you need a little hauling help from a trailer. Explorer's got you covered. When equipped with an optional EcoBoost V6 engine, Explorer can tow loads of 2,000 to up to 5,000 lbs., and its standard AdvanceTrac with Roll Stability Control and Curve Control keep Explorer firmly on the road when traversing sharp bends.

We're willing to bet you're eager to see what a 2017 Ford vehicle can bring to your next big haul. And we're eager to show you. Stop by our showroom today and schedule a test drive. We'll be happy to help you get behind the wheel.

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